Fort Wayne Assembly
Fort Wayne Assembly is an automobile factory in Roanoke, Indiana. Opened in 1986 by General Motors, the 2,850,000-square-foot (265,000 m2) plant produces vehicles on the company's GMT K2XX vehicle platform. Facilities include a body shop, paint shop, general assembly, and sequence center. It assumed operations of the former Pontiac Truck and Bus Assembly. It is located nearby to the International Harvester production facility.
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